Situated on both banks of the Rhine at its confluence with the Moselle River, Koblenz, which celebrated its 2000th birthday in 1992, is a great city to explore and is a focal point of the Mosel and Rhenish wine trade.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Middle Rhine is one of the river’s loveliest stretches, famed for fairytale castles and legends of the Lorelei.
This cruise also sails past the wooded hills and lush, terraced vineyards of the Moselle.
Spend an afternoon in Germany’s oldest city, founded in 16BC by Emperor Augustus. The Porta Negra is one of Germany’s best Roman structures and you can also see St Paul’s Cathedral.